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Corvin Quarter urban regeneration

Corvin Quarter is Central Europe’s largest city centre regeneration project. In total, the program has renewed 22 hectares of land, creating 2,700 new homes, 130,000 m2 of office space and 50,000 m2 of commercial property. The area contains Budapest’s largest office and retail development, with a unique combination of open and covered shopping, entertainment, leisure, sport and eating facilities.

Corvin Promenade is a landscaped, 800 meters long pedestrian promenade and 10,000 square meters meeting point in the Corvin Quarter, designed by English landscape architect Robert Townsend. Corvin Promenade is internationally recognised and awarded project. Achieved Europe’s Best Mixed-Function Property Project at the 2010 International Property Awards, came first in the FIABCI Hungary Chapter’s Real Estate Development Excellence Awards. Also won in 2014 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Global Award for Excellence, also known as the Oscars of real estate development.

The Corvin Innovation Campus office building, located in the immediate vicinity of the Corvin Promenade is the next chapter of the promenade’s success story. The building, along with its accompanying Psota Irén Memorial Park, also serves as an extension of Corvin Promenade.

Central Europe’s largest city centre regeneration project in the heart of Budapest
H-1082 Budapest, Corvin Quarter
Size: 220 000 m2
Value of development: 920 million euros


– at the crossing point of Üllői út and Nagykörút, a major road and public transport intersection
– Corvin Quarter and Klinikák Metro 3 stops
– 4/6 tram stop
– direct connection to Ferenc Liszt International Airport


– Corvin Plaza (with around 100 shops)
– restaurants, cafes
– 3 000 m2 fitness and health centre with swimming pool
– laundrette
– beauty salons
– opticians
– post office
– banks and ATMs
– cinema, theatre and concert venues
– landscaped promenade